Crew Leader


Montana Conservation Corps
Seasonal
Job Overview
  • LEADERSHIP POSITIONS AVAILABLE
    Ready for an opportunity to get out of your backyard and explore places that many people never get the opportunity to
    experience and enjoy? Serving alongside others from across the country who share a passion for hard work and conservation of wild lands, you will engage in AmeriCorps national service, meaningful career development, and significant work in the great
    outdoors. Crew Leaders embark on a journey to gain the technical and interpersonal skills required to be effective and
    successful Leaders. Through MCC’s Leadership Development Program, you will learn technical field skills together with such Leaderships skills as effective communication, conflict management, project management, interpersonal interaction, and more.
    BENEFITS
    Senior Crew Leaders (9 months) – Train, develop, and assist Crew Leaders throughout the entire season
    $725 Biweekly living allowance | $6,095 AmeriCorps Education Award | Health Insurance | Term: 2/3 – 11/3/2020
    Senior Expedition Leaders (9 months) – Training and leading the Leaders of youth expeditions
    $725 Biweekly living allowance | $6,095 AmeriCorps Education Award | Health Insurance | Term: 2/3 – 11/3/2020
    Field Crew Leaders (9 months) – Maintain trails, treat invasive species, and engage in conservation-based projects
    $725 Biweekly living allowance | $6,095 AmeriCorps Education Award | Health Insurance | Term: 2/3 – 11/3/2020
    Wildland Restoration Crew Leaders (6.5 months) – Combat invasive plants and tree infestations
    $700 Biweekly living allowance | $4,266.50 AmeriCorps Education Award | Health Insurance | Term: 2/3 – 8/14/2020
    Women’s Fire Crew Leaders (9 months) – Training & work designed to fight wildfires and/or reduce wildfire risk
    $700 Biweekly living allowance | $4,266.50 AmeriCorps Education Award | Health Insurance | Term: 2/3 – 11/3/2020
    EXPERIENCE GAINED
    Nationally Recognized Leadership Development Program
    Intensive hands-on experience in ecological restoration and resource management
    Direct interaction and collaboration with Federal, State, and Local Land Management Agencies
    Backcountry travel and/or camping in diverse settings across the Northern Plains, Rockies, National Parks, and Wilderness areas
    Master traditional skills using legendary primitive tools – pulaskis, mcleods, pick mattocks, crosscuts, plus many other tools
    Receive applicable certifications, such as Chainsaw & Crosscut, Firefighter Red Card, and so on, depending on position
    We seek to provide access and opportunity to a diverse group of participants. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.